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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Built in partnership with Rimac, this hydrogen plug-in hybrid sports-car concept is one of a kind.

Providing juice for the electric powertrain is a plug-in hybrid hydrogen fuel-cell system. It appears to be based on Hyundai's new third-gen fuel cell stack, which is mated to a large plug-in battery pack. Like any plug-in hybrid, the concept can be plugged in to charge the battery for an undisclosed amount of pure electric range, which is augmented by the fuel cell stack acting as an on the go generator maintaining the battery's charge for as long as there's hydrogen in the tanks. (Yes, plural tanks; like many FCEVs, the Vision FK uses two cylindrical tanks.

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